This traditional railroad pin-connected through truss bridge sits next to US-190 allowing many people to view it. The bridge includes a very long timber approach system as well. The construction date reported for this bridge is 1911, however it is very likely that the truss span was relocated here to serve as the main span here in 1911 and thus the Pratt truss if in fact older. The pin connected bridge design is rather lightweight compared to the typical rivet-connected trusses most railroads were building by 1911. This line was originally owned by Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway.
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